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Absolutely classic

By Emily Davey | Tasmania, of late, is realising its potential in the surfing world, and rightly so. After years of being kept a very good secret — our waves, our environment, our island and, most importantly, our surfers, are being exposed for what they really are: absolutely classic.

One thing that is consistently evident throughout our island state is the down-to-earth nature of the surfing community.

This is expressed through wide appreciation of Tasmania’s natural beauty. Local photographer Stuart Gibson has captured this beauty time after time and is now sharing our state’s best breaks with the world. 

Continued …

Mushroom magic

Food Editor Liz McLeod and Contributing Editor and photographer Peter Whyte get to grips with the gourmet fungi that Tasmanians have embraced with gastronomic fervour. Find out more here

An eccentric tradition

Paul County’s award-winning photographs of Tasmania’s flamboyant restaurateurs, waiters, and bon vivants makes for fascinating viewing in this portfolio. Find out more here

Provocative portraits

Launceston photographer Alan Moyle shares his fascination with Australia’s comedians. There are a few wellknown faces here

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